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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER NDAC CHEMESTS TAKE HARD LOOK AT FLAX To find out more about linseed oil in an effort to get wider useagc ! of the oil and therefore a better flax market, and to help flax bre- eders, the agricultural Biochemist- rY department of the North Dakota agricultural experiment station h,as analyzed 1,175 fla~ varieties from the World Collection. The World Collection is made up of varieties of flax which has been obtained Marine, Redwood and B- 5128. Oil content of the varities ranged from 32.4 per cent to 45.8 per cent, with the standard varieties in the upper extreme with 41 to 43 pet" cent oil. It thus appears that on significant improvement can be made toward increasing the amount ,f oil in flax. The iodine value of a linseed oil measures its drying qualities. In the varieties tested, the iodine val- ue ranged from 166, approaching a "semi-drying" oil, to 198, a fast dry" ing oil. Also analyzed were samples of the same flax variety grown at dif- fers,at locations. Resulted confirmed a common theory that flax grown in northern climates produces oils with higher iodine values then when gown in warmer, humid eli- mates. The major constituent in linseed oil from all the varieties of flax, both wild and domestic, was lin- olenic acid. The l~gher the iodine value, the higher the percentage of linolenic acid that was found. To Ride in Miss Universe Contest :i:~: WOOD PRODUCTS BEING MARKETED Turtle Mountain Industries is out to prove that processing of forest prod~cts can be a successful ent- erprise in North Dakota. Vernon Recently a new method of analy- Meyer, of the North Dakota fores- sis was devised which permits the snail-sis of the oil from a single ]cry st a~, Bottineu, reports such flax boll. This new method, called lProaucr~ as Ience posts, eross-ues, *'gas c~romatogr aphy," is being us-[ stakes and lathes? and furniture, are. " " " ram oemg ~urnea out ed in mveshgate the off from f [ - . . single plants in several varieties. [ In ~eoruar, y mane, 9,567 aspen In inva.~ti~ati ~ Ch~ " no " "on [ fence posts were processed and de- --n Oil com sltl . . of o yen hvered for a gross return of $2 353 . different plants fr m a gi -. : ,variety, it was found that cam- 98, Meyer says. "l~ne processing .ox position varied greatly among fence posts began last October w~th plants. In one case plant yielded an a total of 26,000 posts processed and having 38 per cent linolenie acid and a second plant of the same variety in the same row yielded an delivered since then. The raw, unpeeled post is puxhas- ed from the woodlot owner by t, he Turtle Mountain Industries. A machine then peels the posts, after which they are loaded and deliver- ed to Towner to be treated with a preservative. The peeling machine can process 1,200 3-inch posts in 8 oil having 38 per cent linolenic acid Variation of 8 to 10 per cent in ~inolenic acid were common. Directing this study are Dr. Hat* old J. Klosterman, Experiment Station Biochemist, and Don C. Zimmerman, USDA chemist in ffae Department of Agricutural Bio- chemistry. They are working with flax breeders in North Dakota .South Dakota and Minnesota. It is hoped thtat new varieties will be produced which will yield a more valuable linseed oil. DRIVER AT 90--Mrs. Emily Jerome. who has been an auto driver since the Model- T first came out, is cele- brating in Jefferson, 0 on receiving, at age 90, a $9.92 msuraace rebate for safe driving last year. NDAC F~ FIELD DAY PL&NNED FOR JULY 19 July 19 has been selected for the 1960 crops and farm gadgeteers' field day event co-sponsored by Northern farm Managers and North Dakota Crop ~mprovement &sso. in cooperation with NDAC staff members, according to H.W. Her- bison and L. A. Jensen, executive secretaries of the sponsoring farm .~roups. Something new and different from any event yet ~held in this area will be the 1960 agricultural engin- eering "e~travv&,~mza;" operating both forenoon and afternoon, to Oo :7;d to loo In a few weeks manufacturing of stakes and lathes will be resum- ed. Markets include the state high- way department, soil conservation districts, air bases and county and city engineers. About 600 cross-ties have been sold for about $1 each, and orders have been received for a larger number 2Vo.e ties are sawed from cottonwood. FurnRttre marmz%c2uxe remain on a custom basis only. John J. Zaylskie, NDAC exten- sion forester, Fargo considers the state's forest products are an ira- portant rasource, County extension agents are informing farm people pray/de visi~rs with a 2-haLer de- mondstration review of the latest tedmology and equipment-use in (1) crops handling and utilization, ~2) forage equipment and use, (3) stepping tip use-effeciency of til-' lage machinery, (4) specialty crops harvesting, (5) modern tractor power utilization and (8) praotical farm drainage and water systems. Herbison and Jonson report ND AC's agricultural engineering staff is now arranging with farm equip- ment people, college livestock lead- exs and others in preparing for the field day event. An on-campus registration, get- acquainted and coffee period from 9 ,to 9:30 a. m, will precede a fore- noon trailer-tour of the Experi- ment Station's agronomy plots or participation in the agricultural en- gineering program, ~fmtchever the visitor chooses to attend. A second trailer-tour of experimental agron- omy ,plots in the afternoon will be held for those who spend the after- noon with the gadgeteers. A full ~lhow of "what's new in machine use technologly" wirl be put on in the afternoon also for all those spending the morning on the crops tour. Tour and demonstration events are open to all, Herbison and Jen- sen announce. In event of rain, an abbreviated crop and gadgeteering roundup program will be held in the Shepperd Arena. The farmer's shore'of the con- sumers's dollar went from 39 to37 .cents between Nov. 1@58 and Nov. 1959. i four times. New officers of the North Dakota Federation of Republican Women were elected at the annual con- vention in Bismaxcl~ this week. Above front row, left to right, are Miss Ruth Staley, Bismarck, newly- elected president, and Mrs. George Foster, Fargo, out- going president. Back, left to right, are Mrs. H. D. Braeger Fessenden, second district vice president; Mrs. R. L. Bark, Williston, re-elected recording seers- Twila Fleckten of Drayton, crowned Miss North Dakota last week by Gay. John E. Davis, will represent the state in the Miss Un- iverse Pageant to be held at Miami Beach, Fla. in July. She will com- pete with winners from 50 states and 60 foreign countries for the title. She is shown receiving the keys to a Pontiac convertible made avail- able Ior her use during prelimin- ary Miss Universe appearances. Congressman Don Short made the presentation. Miss Fleckten represented Dray- ton in the contest two years ago. She is a North Dakota candidate for Cherry Blossom Princess in the annual Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D. C. Republican Women Elect Officers fury; Mrs. John MeElroy, Jamestown. fourth district vice president, Mr~ M. B. Monson, Bismarck, re- elected treasurer, and M~. John Cooley, Minot, na- tional commltteewomam. Net present when picture was taken were Mrs. A. U. Andersen, Crosby, first district vice president, and Mrs. Samuel ,F Burgess, Dickinson, third district vice president. Photo by Wetnriecn THE $1TdN UP.VAt brings these scenes from Baton Rouge, I.~ (upper). and Marshall, Tex. Ln Baton Rouge, ~e 5,000 Southern university students throng up the State Capitol steps to protut segreg~, tion at hmch counters. In Mar~aU. some of the 200 ar- rested during a air-in demonstration are escorted to Jall under a~rest. Later tOO more swarmed to the courthouse to'pl~tut, and firemen used ho~m to quell the demonstration. North Dakota's Greatest Farm Coverage --- Gels Results BUYING SELLING Rotes: 14c per word first insertion--no od less than $2.80 12c per word each additional issue, $2.40 minimum SEND DIRECT TO: BISMARCK CAPITAL and ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS Main and ]~mdaa II G'I N. D. Trailers For Sale 17 Personal 38 For Sate: 1950 :ldx8 I)etroiler trailer CARE FOR UNMARRIED MOT~ l~ouse, completely modern sleeps six. Florence Crittsnton Horns 111 Mth ~t Ben Ottmar, Fort Clark, N. I)ak. 43 south, Fargo. North D~kota. Write superentendent for Information. All I~ Business Opportunity 9 qulriss confidential. ["or Sal~ Grocery Store and li'ixtures, HELP FOR UNMARRIED MOTHI~'H~ eouu~l and nursimg errs. Write Havre the only store in town at Bladon, of Mercy. 1606 Sth Avenue South. Fsr~e N. Oak. (:arl Monson, ]tope, N. Dak.; North l~kot~. All Inqulrta eou~lsnt hll Notice Large, beautiful rest~turant for lease, Billings, Montana. Apq)roxima tely $135,000 gross sales,year. Charles P, ogffto, P. O. Box 473, Billings, Mont. 4%]5 Cleaning plant. For all particulars write to Abraham Cleaners, Hebron, N. Oak. 39-43 "Tbre(. Business Ol~)ortnnities in Garrison, N. link the heart of the reef,ration area Brk:k building on main street, suitabh: for clothing store or other retail outlet. Combination res- taurant and drive-inn on highway ~7. Small drive-inn cafe in south (lair]- son On road to I~ake. Tel'~as avail- able. Garrison Insurance and Real ],]state, C~arrison. N. Oak." 43-44 Restaurant for ,~ale. Located in Grey- stone Hotel in Beulah. N. l)ak. Do- ing a good business, All new or good used equipment. Opportunity for a couple. Write Mrs. E. R. Krieger or call TR3-4145 Beulah, N. l)ak. 43 For Sale - Hardware store in Northern Black Hills, town of 3,600. Clean stock, low rent. ideal location, Owner has other interests. WriteBox 20. Spearfish, So. Dak. 42-44 For S,~tle: Sease Blacksmith Shop along highway 7 In East McCiusky first Class shop completely ~qulpped and ready to operate. I)an Mayer, Mc- Clusky, N. Dak. 43 Now Headware and Auto stores to be established In Bowman, N. 1)ok. and Ipswich, So. Dak. $/6,500 investment required, Phone WEst 5-1711 collect or write Coast to Coast Stores. Central Organization, Inc 7500 Excelsior Blvd. Minneapolis, Minn. 42-45 Poultry. 6 ['or Sale: lCmdon and Toulouse Go.s- lings from selected flocks Our new low list price has been cut sensational- ly lower then any year in oar business, Sheldon's Goose Hatchery, Bagley, Minnesota 41-44 Big TYpe Rouen Ducklings (3,So) Tou- h)ns~, goslings (1.35) postpaid. Pull- orum ('lean. Free circular Waterfowl P, ook. 1.00. Sehroder Iiateiwry, Meki- flock. No, F)ak 43-43 LARGEST wholem~le supply In U. S Furnlturs, olothlng, applianc~s, autos and accessories, farm equipment, tools housewaxes, new products, imDor~s Free details. Associated W~ole~ders Box $068-BN, Sioux City 4, Iowa. Eli GIANT I~ARMII.Y ROSARY ~ Only $2.00 Huge Imported Rosary from Italy. Ideal for leader of family ro- sary. Beautiful wall decoration Won- derful for bed. Older folks love It Kids treasure it. Proceeds for mla- sion convent and ~sters. Send $2.0~, to Marian House. Powers Lake. N Dak. 41-44 A new hit record by Fr. Nelson "Mira- culous Medal Hymn" and "'Hymn to St, Ansgar (Oscar)" Get yours now. 45 RPM Send 1.0@ to Maria~ House Powers Lake, N, Dak. 41-44 LOC.~L DISrrRIBUTORSHIP Avail. able Brand new and a real money- maker. Can be started in your ~Pare time. For full details write Box 90. Ad No. 23~60 Bismarck N-. Dak. Livestock 7 Your lambs can cost less to grow and bring more money, Get our new free booklet. American Cheviot Society, La. fayette Hill 2.1, Pa. 39-50 For Sate: Young ('olumbia ewes to lamb May 1stJess Keitzman Lakota. N. Dak. 43-45 For Sale: PIHIEBRED HEREFORD POLL~D BULLS AND HEIFERS A. E. Nelson Wilton. N.D. ~ For Sale: Registered Angus bulls, years and Younger. Reasonably pric- ed. Buy your bull early while the choice is good. Goldberg Angus Farm, Box 584 Moorhead. Mlnn 41-5~ Top Wisconsin tIolstein and Guernsey calves and cows shipped on approval F;.ay Blott. Box 552, Mukwonago, Prise 42-45 Yearling Bulls of Glancarn~ock breed- ing. Half broth~*rs of our 1959 Grand Champion female Minnesota Strtte Fair. A1 Falkeuhagen. Kas~on. Minn 42 -4,~ For Sale,8 A "R"I~'~UY. The largo Corm I':le~- trie ()rgan ttwo keyb(x~rds) with 1- 1/~ octave foot pedals. Beautiful tone. ~erfect for home or church. Used only short time: excellent condition. A steal! Also one ORGAN and PIANO combin- ation instrument (two Instruments in ~)ne). Can be played as piano or organ or both together. An excellent buy, bat IIURRY! St. James Rector), Powers Lake, 'N. Dak. 41=44 For ~ile: Best cafe In llebroo. N I). A g()od opportunity. Green Lantern t'afe. Hebron, N. Dak 42-43 For Sale: 1959 Corvett 270 bib Triple ('arboration engine--4 speed trans. Black hardtop convertible, l,ow mile- age-excellent condition. Write: Kelth Smith Box 374~ Beach. N. [)ak. 43 Chris Craft 27-ft. Sedan C~rulser 6- eyl inboard motor, sleeps four. Com- Pletely rebuilt and overhauled with trailer and ready to use. G. C. Hoff- mann, Washburn. ~. Dak. 43 For Sale: 150 Ton to 200 ton of hay. ['hone [raZes. Minnesota.5664. M. T, Schwoboda 43-44 Real Estate For Sale 1 For Sale: Modern two bedroom lake Female Help Wanted 26 |loll V~'anted: Attra tiv women over ~5. capable meet [)I/hi}e, ectrn hp tO $5.00 all hour. fall or p:lrt-tin'te. I~hone 2243526 Mrs. VV. J, Kadrmas 419 West 6th St. ])i(,kinson. N. Dak. ,h~ WANT~]D Woman to help with house- work for middle-aged couple in G~,*- dens Write Box B. Gardens. N. Dak 4,~ Seed And Feed 5 I:or ,~al~ - Traill. L. P~tt'kland }~*A'le3 Very low smut test. Lan~don dnrllnl Marine. Sheyenne, Bolley flax. F~'trmers Coop Elevator Sharon. N. Dak. Phone 4531. 42-46 For Sale: Canthatcb seed wheat cleaned and treated $3.00 per bu bulk lots. Purity 9g.71~ germ 95% Peter A. Nygaard, Alexander, N. Oak Phone 4472. 42-45 For Sale: Garry Seed Oats First year after Canadian registration, germi. nation 97% purity 95%. Trace of wild oats, contact, Grant Bulman Mylo. 4654, or Otto Simonson. Agate Risbee 7852. 43-4~ North Dakota Newspaper Assn Bismarck. N. Oak. 1960---43 -- --5-- L.S-Z -- ~?~ .~ -- home. attached garage, on IAttle Detroit Lake. 1). O. Box $27, Detroit Lakes, Minn. Phone V17-7304. 43 PHARMACY FRATERNITY NAMES BISMARCK STUDENTS J. D. Johnson was named vice re- gent of Kappa Psi, professional pharmaceutical fraternity at North Dakota Agricultural College. David Moore was selected as rush- ing chairman; David Doer, sports co-chairman and Jack Gahley, his- torian. All are from Bismarck One tractor accident cut of every 10 occurs when the driver is getting on or off. Another 1O per cent hal>- pen because the tractor is started in gear. Brick ,s beautiful and ever- lasting, economkal to build with and free from mainl n nce costs. Provide= better re=ale value and will make your house o drtmm home. IIBIbD Ik FREDRICKSON ORTHOPEDICS, INC Artlflei~l ]r~ml~ - Stump B~lm Walkers - Wheel Chslrs Repah.s of All makm of Limb 144~ 4th Ave. N. ADam~ S-f~4~ Far~o, N. D. CArP-HOMES THE CHOICE OF THOUSAND| HAS ALL THESE FEATURESs Beautlfsl aluminum xteel~'l with Dupo.t'# baked enamel ! I.~clte, backed with ,lgld (*';.!ItP I l~tlo~ ! The It(steal #tdi~ ~e-I vttopm~st I. ~t ars / Ca,s:/n~l ~ &a=ge, lot. SmMI tm| @@St. ] l~r~taln~l double COU~ ~- dar slml~ ot tap sid/n~. All ~ Inmdom ]F~d.~ndn~ trlpta ~ ov=han~dng ~vm Choim of labb or l~e molt F-x-sm~ a~Jdtecturtl FLUS 100's MOll II&YI THOUSANDS OF DOUAU C PP-NOM| Ft~I~CNA~I Ifl.AN ~ ~ I~n wire a keedl IPfI~s from mlNEaO Fllll AIg) O/STOM SLUr YOUR toT. ~ FOU~A~ N CAPP=HOMIS 114=1 D~q~mt Ne~lb In Eastern North Dakota your Peprssentativeio Jos Amundson, 1901 7th St. N, Fargo, phone ADams 2-2364 In Western North Dakota your representative is L. W, Nielsen. 1000 17th St. N. W Phons TE5.3~1 ! I 2 L2 Jl'